Scandinavian design is associated with recognizable features like natural material and light, pale palette of colors, aesthetism, functionality, simplicity of the lines and a warm atmosphere to get through endless winters!
Considering this, it appears that a cold material like concrete doesn't match with such a style. Though the combination can work perfectly! Here is different ways to incorporate concrete in your decor.
Whether it is a real concrete wall, a faux wall, a concrete plaster or a textured wallpaper, it has the potentiel to make itself inconspicuous while adding a distinctive look to any room. Combined with pastel colors, geometric patterns or natural material, it creates a stunning harmony of contrast.
The pure lines of these concrete and metal console and bench are just perfect! They add an industrial touch to this vintage scandinavian design.
This dining table shows that concrete can even be bold and warm. It's definitely the masterpiece of this kitchen.
The sink here makes it really hard to tell if it's traditional or modern. It just perfectly links both, we love it!
This permanent insertion of concrete in this bedroom has been perfectly designed. It's really aesthetic and functional.
Concrete pieces of decor
Concrete doesn't have to be solely grey and cold. These geometric wall decor prove that point. They are molded so finely that they look like origami.
It's not that obvious but this dala horse is molded in concrete too.
Lamps made of concrete are one of the most affordable way to integrate this trendy material into your interior. These are from our lighting collection.
Whether it is diamond polished or waxed, concrete floor is just amazing. It perfectly highlights a scandinavian interior while being magnificent itself.